14 Surprising Uses For Hair Conditioner
You probably have only ever used conditioner while in the shower to moisturize your hair. And while this is definitely conditioner’s intended use, it can also be used for a ton of other things around the house. Here they are!
1. Unshrink Clothes
If you’ve accidentally shrunk a piece of clothing, it’s conditioner and water to the rescue! Click here for the tutorial.
2. Moisturize Dry Feet
If your feet are cracked and dry, moisturize them with some conditioner!
3. Free A Stuck Zipper
If you’re dealing with a stuck zipper, dab a little bit of conditioner onto the teeth of the zipper.
4. Loosen A Stuck Ring
If a too-tight ring is stuck on your finger, rub the area with some conditioner to help it glide off.
5. Polish Shoes
A small amount of conditioner and a clean cloth will polish shoes and make them shine like the day you bought them.
6. Silence A Squeaky Hinge
A squeaky hinge can be silenced by rubbing some conditioner across it.
7. DIY Shaving Cream
Run out of shaving cream? Conditioner will do the trick!
8. Clean Makeup Brushes
Everyone should clean their makeup brushes on a semi-regular basis to keep them free of bacteria. Conditioner and warm water are all you need!
9. Clean Stainless Steel
Did you know that conditioner will make chrome and stainless steel appliances look shiny and new again?
10. Makeup Remover
You can use conditioner to remove makeup! Just be careful not to get it in your eyes.
11. Leave-In Conditioner
Dilute a small amount of conditioner with water and put the solution in a spray bottle. Spray on damp hair when you get out of the shower for your very own leave-in conditioner!
12. Wash Delicates
When washing lingerie and other delicates, use conditioner instead of detergent! It will protect your garments and leave them feeling extremely soft.
13. Polish Jewelry
Did you know that a dab of conditioner will polish and shine up your tarnished jewelry?
14. Cuticle Moisturizer
To soften and moisturize your cuticles, use conditioner! It does essentially the same thing as cuticle oil.